OAS Country Offices in the Member States-check this out and decide if you are for it or against it.
1932 ♦ June 20, Carlos G. Dávila, was a Chilean political figure, Chairman of Government Junta of Chile in 1932, and Secretary General of the Organization of American States from 1954 until his death in 1955.
The Organization of American States is meeting this week for its annual General Assembly in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The regional organization, often overlooked in American policy circles, is facing serious problems due to severe budget shortfalls and deeply divided opinions on how to address the ongoing political and economic crisis facing Venezuela. The OAS …
We must embrace this new approach to the war on drugs. Javier Sicilia, the Mexican author, poet and founder of the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity on why hes backing the Organization of American States initiative to combat the drugs trade. At long last, that leaders of the member countries of the OAS initiated the first serious discussions on how to bring the "war on drugs" to an end. Read more....
Statue of Catherine of Aragon's mother, Isabella I, in front of the Organization of American States building (near the corner of 17th & Constitution) in Washington DC. Isabella financed Columbus' 1492 trip to the New World; Spain donated this fine statue in 1966.
The Organization of American States (OAS) has tapped a former Uruguayan senator to head the organization’s Election Observation Mission for the presidential and legislative elections on October 9, 2016.
Former Greenwich resident J. William "Bill" Middendorf Jr., 90, had a storied career as ambassador to the Netherlands, secretary of the Navy, and representative to the Organization of American States, all the while documenting these experiences in his now vast collection of drawings and paintings. His collection is set to become part of the Smithsonian archives.